Eye on the Finals, and 40 days until college season

WNBA team news:

Three things to know about the Finals.

Questions ahead of the series.

Washington hopes to win their first title.

Disrespect has fueled Connecticut to the Finals.

Suncast, Finals version.

The future is bright for the Aces.

WNBA player news:

Layshia Clarendon hopes to play in the Finals.

Not long ago, Natisha Hiedeman was without a job.

WNBA coach news:

To win a championship, Mike Thibault’s team has to beat the franchise he spent 10 years building.

Bonus:

The WNBA is eyeing mental health coverage that will mirror the NBA’s.

It’s at the top of their list.

Teresa Weatherspoon is a new assistant coach the the NBA’s New Orleans Pelicans.

Tamika Catchings has opened her house to pro golfer Mariah Stackhouse.

Camille Little has retired, but isn’t leaving basketball.

AmeriCup news:

The USA battled past Brazil, 89-73, to go 4-0.

College team news:

Pac-12 broadcast schedule.

Arizona is slowly integrating six newcomers.

Why is Syracuse playing Notre Dame and Louisville twice each?

Colorado State seeks a bounce-back season.

College player news:

Chloe Chapman plays both basketball and soccer at Georgia.

The NCAA has ruled that Georgia Tech transfers Elizabeth Balogun and Liz Dixon are immediately eligible to play for Louisville.

Sharna Ayres and Awa Trasi have found a home in the U.S. with LSU.

College coach news:

In her fifth season at the helm of Utah, coach Lynne Roberts thinks this could be her best team yet.

The Aaron Roussell era has begun at Richmond.

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